Greenwich Village is, perhaps, one of Manhattan’s best known neighborhoods. For over 100 years, this small area below 14th Street and west of Broadway has been a Mecca to the creative, rebellious and the Bohemian. Locals frequently refer to it simply as “The Village.”It’s largely residential area in lower Manhattan, featuring townhouses and brownstones and beautiful tree lined blocks. Greenwich Village is bounded by Broadway on the east, the Hudson River on the west, Houston Street on the south, and 14th Street on the north.There are literally thousands of unique and interesting small shops and signature gourmet restaurants.You can find quite a few Landmarks that have been converted into luxurious apartment buildings where you can rent or buy. Greenwich Village is also full of small parks where you can relax and enjoy the almost European vibe of Greenwich Village.Residents of Greenwich Village possess a strong community identity and are proud of their neighborho... Read More
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